You know the drill. I find the smartest, edgiest, and hopefully sexiest people I know who have the characteristics of entrepreneurship to contribute advice to The Chancebending Network. Today we’re talking Building the future of medical education technology with Michael Szul from the University of Virginia, School of Medicine.
Michael talks about Building the future of medical education technology and how it’s trending in Medical Education
“Much like all of higher education, medical education is experiencing a seismic shift thanks to exponential, digital technology, but with the added complexity of technological advancement in healthcare for future healthcare practitioners. Telemedicine, analytics, artificial intelligence, and chatbots are all vying to reshape how healthcare is delivered. In order to keep up with the curve and innovate, educational institutions must rely on an intrapreneurially approach to ideas in order to foster an environment capable of driving the next decade of medical education needs.”
A little about Michael
Michael Szul has spent two decades in software engineering in industries as diverse as insurance, energy, travel, and higher education, including consulting with companies such as AIG and Conde Naste. He has worked in both application and product development, as well as framework creation, code generation, API building, and machine learning. Szul is a speaker, blogger, podcaster, Microsoft MVP, and author of an upcoming book on building chatbots. Currently, he is the principal software engineer for the University of Virginia’s School of Medicine, rebuilding all their medical education software. You can find him at https://codepunk.io, or on Twitter @szul.
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